Preferences toward Internet-based Learning Environments: High School Students\u2019 Perspectives for Science Learning

  title={Preferences toward Internet-based Learning Environments: High School Students\u2019 Perspectives for Science Learning},
  author={Chin-Chung Tsai},
  journal={Educational Technology & Society},
Constructivist Internet-based learning environments are advocated by contemporary educators, but few studies investigated students’ preferences toward the environments for learning a specific school subject such as science. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to develop a questionnaire to explore students’ preferences toward constructivist Internet-based science learning environments. The questionnaire included eight scales: ease of use, relevance, multiple sources, student negotiation… CONTINUE READING

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